Kate Middleton stunned in an emerald green gown as she visited the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin alongside husband Prince William.
The Duchess of Cambridge arrived to finish the first day of engagements in Ireland during a historic three-day trip.
Kate looked elegant in a stunning £1,595 gown by designer The Vampire’s Wife for the evening reception, which she paired with her trademark pointed-toe heels.
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The Duchess added glitzy accessories to her ensemble in the form of a small glittery golden clutch and large earrings.
During the event this evening, Kate and William will visit the Gravity Bar, which is a large glass room at the top of the Guinness Storehouse that overlooks the city.
They will also meet with people from the cities creative industries, sport, and charity sectors.
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It comes after the royal couple arrived earlier in the day to kickstart the tour of the country, in which they will visit Galway, Meath and Kildare.
The couple are taking part in the tour at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Kate wore a stunning emerald green jacket over a floral patterned green dress which she matched with a classy pair of emerald green shoes, which is the national colour of Ireland.
The Duchess' wavy locks, which were pushed away from her face with a fashionable velvet black hairband, blew in wind while she and her husband William walked down the steps of the plane they took to travel to the Emerald Isle.
Meanwhile, William walked next to his wife and matched her outfit by wearing an emerald green tie with white spots on.
Later in the day, Kate took off her coat to show off the incredible style of her floral green dress, which had puff sleeves with an elongated cuff and a high neckline along with a ruffled front, as she arrived to meet with the President of Ireland Michael Higgins.
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A statement released by Kensington Palace ahead of the couple’s trip said: “Following Her Majesty the Queen's historic visit in 2011, the visit will also focus on the relationship between the two countries and build on the theme of remembrance and reconciliation.”
The official visit will see the Duke and Duchess “learn about local organisations working to support and empower young people and projects which provide opportunities to help them develop important life skills”.
The royal couple will “meet a broad range of people” while in Ireland including President Michael Higgins, 78, the prime minister – called the Taoiseach in Ireland – Leo Varadkar and a number of senior political leaders as well as children and young people from the Emerald Isle.
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